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, why opt-in? so the religions in the center that take a more nuanced or mosaic approach to religious life, making that life has been harder. >> reporter: they have been studying ways to understand the outrage, and they have been devoted to building spiritual communities and sometimes outside of synagogues. >> it is not about the bricks and the mortars, but about people and relationships. so we are working with the synagogues to ree imareimagine vision, and to think differently about how they build relationships. >> reporter: the denomination is especially concerned about reaching out to the younger jews. the pugh study found that among american jews between 18 and 29, only 11% identify as conservative, compared to 29% for reformed jews and 41% who say they have no for mall affiliation at all. >> one of my teachers says it this way, we build the synagogues of the grandparents' dreams and not our children's dreams, and so not being affiliated to that group is a rejection of the institutional structures of the parents and the grandparents, but not necessarily a rejek shction of jewish i
great class here on islam- we're going to be asking another world religion to help us understand the doctrinal dimension. but we're having so much fun and we've had such an interesting set of classes that i'd ju like throw it out- whatever "it" is- once again to this great audience, and any observations you've had since we last met that bring up some of our key class themes- we're always getting some interesting comments here. yeah, virginia? >> i wasn't going to say anything this week. however- >> why not? >> i've found that- i opened new yorker, and here are political cartoons on our meditation- one thing, it says, "our journey." you know, he says, "have we arrived yet?"- these little children sitting there in meditative poses. and when we were talking about the dome of the rock, there's a spread in the magazine about that. everything seems so current now. >> you begin to see these things once you- it reminds me of my geology class. you know, i took geology to get through my general ed, and just taking that course, it helps me see more in the natural environment, and hopefully,
are in the fiesta. but your autobiography that is just part one you hardly mention religion. why is that? >> it did give him to run for his many i have written 10 books after the selfish gene and it is all about science but the science fair about is pretty much implying the fiesta. this book is about my early life. university life so i suppose i just wanted to tell the story of my life if anybody is interested how i lost religious faith is in there but it should not dominate. >> host: where ever you go. people always want to ask questions about the universe and the meaning of life. are you tired of that? >> guest: making a theism respectable i don't think it is that exactly but what we did do in the book people tell me that the grand illusion gave them the courage to come out and in some cases it converted them but otherwise the already were atheists the gate and the courage to come out that suggests there are a helluva lot more than anybody realizes. white the emperor new clothes you fact that nobody actually speaks out but enough of them did then suddenly they all would with the tipping point the
across america when it comes to establish religions, established christian religions and gay and whether or not that it's acceptable? >> guest: if you look at american history you find reactions across the entire spectrum. you find open hostility and you find great silent discomfort. you find embrace. it really depends on where you look. the thing about all of this is though most of these people are trying their best to do what they think is right and i think the motive does matter in a lot of the situations. most people are trying to be loving even if it doesn't feel like love to some of the rest of us. >> host: can you give an example? >> guest: so the hardest example for people to accept from westborough baptist church in topeka kansas. when i went very very much wanted to dislike the church. they are so angry. it seems like they are so hateful and yet they tried to explain to me that what they are doing is out of love because they believe that they have been instructed to love their neighbor and how can you love your neighbor more than to tell them that they are going to hell but the
- and this is not unique to mormons- they've sacralized the secular world- they've taken the whole drama of their religion, historically and on up to the present, and they've made the daily workings of life a sacred drama- a sacred mythic drama, to go back to that. and so we want to look at some of the doctrines in mormonism that allow them to do that. so an interesting class- another way of looking at the power of doctrine as belief, and it's affect on behavior, or the ethical dimension, on the believers. so if we could, to get us thinking about the amish, we want to look at them first, and i'm going to be doing some graphics, give us a little historical background, because so many people know a little bit about them, but i want to place them in a long tradition of protests. but to get us more visually involved here, i'd like to go to a roll-in on the amish. now this shows your typical dumb religious studies professor out in the field, but we go out with this crew and all our cameras and everything, knowing full well that for those reasons doctrinally based in nonconformity, that the amish do not want th
. later, why is the american media so insulting about religion? we'll tell you upcoming. huh...fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know the ancient pyramids were actually a mistake? uh-oh. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. >>> stossel matter segment tonight. who is to blame for humiliating some american military families. you know the story. benefits didn't to families who lost loved ones killed in action in afghanistan all because of the government shutdown? this morning, we asked 10 americans on the streets of new york to assess blame. >> well, congress, i mean, everyone is just blaming everyone else and it's ridiculous. >> overall, the government, particularly the guy in the white house. >> i just think all branches of the government. i men, the democrats and republicans, the senate, the house, i think them all. >> i live on a farm in a rural area. i really don't pay very close attention. >> it depends on which media you are watching. i think republicans are are being blind
, "an appetite for wonder" you hardly mention religion in that. why is that? >> guest: i have given it a fairly good run for its money. i've written 10 books between the selfish gene and the god delusion and all of them are about science but the science they are about implies atheism and it's sort of in played in them. this book is about my early life in the childhood school days university life and early career. so i suppose i just wanted to that tell the story of my life. there is a story of how i lost religious faith but it doesn't dominate nor should it. >> host: do you find -- i know wherever you go and there are crowds and q&a and people always want to ask you questions about religion and the universe and why are we here in the meaning of life. are you tired of that? >> guest: what i think we didn't do and people tell me in the book signings which are very gratifying they tell me that the god delusion gave them the courage to come out and in some cases it converted them but in rather more cases bear really where atheist and it gave them the courage to came out which suggests t
that religion has a power to transform a society for good and for bad. i think that really seared itself in my subconscious because i have always been deeply interested in religious matters. but sometime in high school someone shared the gospel story in me. >> what was that that resonated within you? >> it's the greatest story ever told. the god of the heavens and the earth came down to us in the form of a child. grew into a man who, for our sins, sacrificed himself, and those who believe in him, and in that story, have eternal life, and will never die. it's an amazing, amazing story. and one that hit me deep in my heart. i mean i had a really profound, what christians call an encounter with christ when i heard that story. i became fully devoted, burning with the fire of god, spent the next four or five years really preaching the gospel to everyone i could find. >> did it help you this relationship that you came to have, with jesus, with god, did it help you assimilate into the country? >> well, yes. >> socializing? >> of course. i mean how much more american can you be than being a christian
pain to american military families. later, why is the american media so insulting about religion? we'll tell you upcoming. >>reporter: there is breaking news now from the fox news desk. i'm shepard smith. senate leaders have now restarted negotiations in an attempt to solve the nation's budget mess. that's the word late tonight from majority leader harry reid's office. we hear they could announce a deal in matter hours. all of this after a measure in the house of representatives fell apart when republicans complained that the bill did not make enough changes to the president's health care law. it had been shaping up to be a late night for lawmakers. our capitol hill producer counted at least 21 boxes of pizza arriving to the g.o.p.'s leadership headquarters. with the vote now on hold, that producer says it is as fuzzy as he has ever seen things on capitol hill in some two decades covering congress. so, for now, the senate restarts talks that just happened. house leaders tell us there will be no votes tonight but the senate may still be in play. i'm shepard smith. more breaking news u
"an appetite for wonder: the making of a scientist." he talks about his guidance with religion and embrace of science and the secular world. this program is about an hour. >> host: richard i can't help but notice and admire your tie which has pangolins. was there a significance to that? >> guest: it was handpainted by my wife as all of my ties are. this is a one off tie. nothing else like it in the world. we went to antarctic last christmas on a cruise and we spent christmas on the boat in an arctic so this was like christmas present. >> host: to you have a particular interest in pangolins? >> guest: they are astonishing animals the way they fly in the water. they look clumsy on land. then they get under water and they are dirt. the streamlining is beautiful. and so, like dolphins they are astonishingly fast. and they jumped out of the border and back in again in a dolphin like way. >> host: you're first big success was the selfish gene and then forgot the delusion that need to the controversy will figure. then along with christopher hitchens and daniel benet you need the word atheist acce
. >>> major funding for "religion and ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lilly endowment an indianapolis private family foundation, dedicated to its founders' interest in religion, communi communi communi community development and education. and the retirement company. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy. good to have you with us. as the government shutdown entered the second week, many religious leaders ramped up their criticism of lawmakers in washington. a coalition of 98 leaders accused elected officials of pursuing an ideological agenda at the expense of vulnerable families and the working poor. several christian leaders staged what they called a faithful filibuster near the u.s. capitol. where they continuously read bible passages about caring for the poor. >> if you mistreat the poor, you insult your creator. if you are kind to them, you show him respect. >> meanwhile, religious conservatives rallied in washington at the annual values voters summit. activists reaffirmed their support for federal budget cuts and their opposition to the affordable care act. the group heard from several r
tweets. the softest softball question asked of habe and i go head to head with bill o'reilly on religion. ֖֖֖ >> the top tweets "no one wins especially the viewers who get the far right media coverage and common sense views are ignored." >> fox said tea party won and this is the garbage fox news pumps out. but david smith "what is said, no one not of enfox is covering the hate and name-calling on the left." and this is about juan williams ignoring the we riding tide of conservatives which ignores that liberals are afraid of conservatives and ted cruz. >> and cbc was told it is too easier for the media do come after people of faith and i agreed on o'reilly factor coverage can seem condescending but bill didn't agree. >> pope francis has gotten glowing coverage and deservedly so. >> why is it deservedly so because pope benedict did not? i know why pope francis is getting glowing coverage. >> you will say because high is more tolerant toward gays. >> absolutely. no doubt about it. >> but he is a very media satisfactory pope and humble leader and i think he is on twitter and --. >>
that spirit of honoring, respecting and trying to understand other religions as way of nourishing our own faith, so we actually displayed this book in our very first shop, and it became a center piece for us, and fortunately, mary, at our first anniversary invited houston smith to come to visit us and he did, much to our surprise and honoring our shop. >> mid-90s now. >> he is in his mid-90s and a wonderful contributor to human understanding and especially the appreciation of faith in many traditions. so we took him as our inspiration. >> most of my books have gotten -- about him at your store, his autobiography and all the story, i think he practice hinduism and buddhism and christianity. >> it was wonderful having him back again bringing that circle around. >> could he sing? >> he could sing. we sang his favorite song. >> what is that? >> "how can i keep from singing" which is one of my favorites. >> wow, i didn't know that. >> we really had a wonderful time together. people stayed for a long time because he received everyone so personally and warmly, and people were there to see him th
. >> for "religion and ethics newsweekly," i'm lucky severson in jackson, mississippi. >>> we have a profile today by bob faw on the enormously successful crime novelist james lee burke. his characters reveal the worst of human behavior, but his themes are classic and sometimes biblical. the mystery of evil. the struggle for salvation. >> james lee burke now 76 not only pounds a speed bag nearly an hour every day, he also still writes feverishly every day. turning out novels which have sold more than 10 million copies. burke's crime stories are modern morality plays about a world which is in his words intransgent and corrupt, where rust destroy and thieves break in and steal. >> i write about the world i know, and i try to write it in an accurate fashion. >> burke has been called america's best novelist, but success didn't come easy. one of his early books was passed around two publishers for nine years. >> it was rejected by 111 editors. and it's a record in new york. this is the most rejected book in the history of publishing. everyone says that. >> once published it was nominated for the pulitz
. it doesn't matter that your religion says this is wrong. we know better. this government knows better. and we're going to force you -- force you -- to spend that money to provide a service that you whole heartedly disagree with. does that sound like the american way to you? does that sound like the american way to any of us? absolutely not. yet somehow we're viewing this as acceptable. waiverers in politically connected has been talked about. as long as you got good friend that's either in the white house or at health and human services, we can probably work something out for you. how does that feel? now today, though we finally maybe got to the root of it. the senate had been going along, no negotiations, no negotiations, no negotiations, oh, but if you want to spend some more money, if you want to roll back those automatic across the board cuts that we had agreed to two years ago, maybe we'll start talking about some reforms. that's what it is. as we talked about. this is about spending. this is about a group of people that want to see government grow. they want to see the footprint
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. >> they are still continuing to fight against discrimination and toward a life without restraint on religion -- of religion. this man is fighting to keep his title as an ethics lecturer at chechen university. he claims that they terminated the rental contract for his university flat on account of being an atheist. >> life as a catholic would be much easier. it is harder to get demoted as an atheist -- promoted as an atheist. i'm not looking to burn churches or hang priests. i just want the right to say i don't want anything to do with the church. spineless people are swines, and i don't want to be a conformist swine. >> who does? but until it is made easier for polish people to leave the catholic faith, it is unlikely that things will progress very far. the church still wields a lot of power, and a few slackers are not likely to change that -- a few placards are not likely to change that. >> that is it for today. tune in again next week for another edition of european journal. until then, goodbye for now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- 
really up to or will be up to, and then when you find religion like all of a sudden. like when you all of a sudden find religion, you're like, okay, what just happened. you know what i mean? anyway, but they did wear their purity rings which probably wasn't the best idea. unlike rihanna, jonas brothers have already stepped up and taken that title. the thing about rihanna is rihanna tells you exactly who she is and if you don't like it, oh well. and i'm not saying -- i'm not saying that who she is needs to be somebody that we all approve of, but at least she lays her cards out on the table. when people do that holier than,000 thing, that's when you can poke holes in their story and you can be shocked when you see them walking around with a sober coach. good luck to joe jonas. should the brothers get back on the tour? yeah, maybe. hansen was still touring and that song is cit. i mean these boy bands tour, you know, 98 degrees and all the rest of them. they should tour. they're 25, 23, and the youngest is 21. the oldests married to that girl danielle and they're on the reality show and th
" to catholicism. so this was a religion-based settlement. >> nathalie, we didn't have to go far from the monument to the first settlers to find a little bit of history. >> what you're looking at is the signature of the head chiefs of the amerindian tribe that were in the area. so in 1701, the governor of montreal invites those tribe to come to ville-marie in order to sign a peace treaty that would allow an easier type of commerce between the settlers and, of course, the amerindian. >> well, so before montreal could become the great commercial center with a port, it had to start somewhere. it's always good to start with a little peace. >> usually is. >> you know, nathalie, ever since those early days of the first settlers, i know that montreal has changed quite a bit. >> it has changed. the first major change was actually in 1763 because at that point, we became british. so we got conquered by the british. so at that point, this predominantly french and catholic settlement becomes english and protestant. >> so what is montreal today? is it a french town? is it a canadian town, english town? what i
funding for "religion & ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lily endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to its founders' interest in religion, community development, and education. additional funding by mutual of america, designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernethy and it is great to have you with us. welcoming those among the deal this week that ended the debt ceiling and ended the government shutdown. for weeks a broad-ranged of faith-based groups actively lobbied congress to consider the toll the crisis was taking on vulnerable families and the poor. on tuesday, religious leaders made prayer pilgrimage to capitol hill visiting several lawmakers' offices. they said that, quote, an extreme faction of congress is recklessly playing politics with the lives of countless americans. they urged more consideration of the poor in future budget negotiations. >>> theirs has been a widespread effort, but not all faith-based groups are on board. some religious conse
with religion but this is complicated but it moves on. >> host: at some point at an -- and never lives you would not be religious society? >> guest: i do think that. it may take awhile i see in europe and america is moving in that direction it has now exceeded 20 percent that is a large percentage that has not been recognized politically but it is there. in europe is much higher. western europe. not poland for example, but scandinavia or hollander britain. >> host: a lot of that may have been because of you in your book the god delusion. >> that would be nice. i would not say that. >> host: take you to one thank you very much. >> host: jim rogers how did you retire at the age of 37? >> guest: i used to love what i was doing working at the market i did all the time of love is so much i did you things right with remarkable success i always wanted to have more than one life i did not want to wake up at page 75 watching a computer screen so i said i will have more life. >> host: what did you do right? >> guest: follow. sold high. the '70s were not a good time for the financial community that you may
think there's a lot of religions that do that. well, that may be, meg, but that poor little baby has cancer, and they're just gonna take him home and pray over him?! well, that's what they do. they believe that disease is just an illusion. and the only way to fight it is to make your faith stronger. illusions?! you want to talk about illusions?! if you die tomorrow, you think we're gonna be devastated! but you know what?! we're just gonna go out and buy another dog! and maybe this dog will fetch a stick and bring me my slippers instead of prattling on about the pros and cons of various religions! chris, i think you've had too much sugar cereal. i think i haven't had enough! peter, i have to go talk to the jennings and ask them to reconsider getting treatment for scotty. i'm going with you, lois. yeah, i'll go, too. all right, but try to keep your mouth shut, okay? you have a habit of saying the wrong thing. during his 22-year reign, this french monarch known as "the spider king" had an ongoing feud with charles the bold, duke of burgundy. peter? who was king louis xii? ooh, i'm sorry
to. you clearly are very very religious, religion means everything to you. >> yes. not religion, but relationship, relationship. religion, we can create religion but religion would be different but we all need to have relationship. >> rose: did you have that a long time or some experience. >> some experiences because i was many born like that, you know. but i had the heart, i had the heart for the lord, i definitely do. >> rose: did she influence you, your wife. >> oh yeah. she's a beauty, you know. >> rose: she really is. i saw the two kids. >> she's a strong individual. and she has been there her whole life for me. you know. so thank god for her. >> rose: it's time for you to do something for her. >> oh yeah, oh yeah it's time definitely. definitely, it is. >> rose: it's about time. but talk to me a little bit more about pitching. i realize it's as simple as that in your words. i take the ball i pitch the ball i get the men out and i go home and have dinner with my family. do you just look at it one time, put your hand on it and you get it right or do you have to sort of
with the religion issues. >> and it's over. >> it really isn't over, though, because this is going to happen again in january. surely you know that. >> you didn't believe the president when he said, we're not going to be right back here in, you know, a few months? >> is this the same president who said that obama care is going to lower health costs for everyone? is that the one? >> that is the one. >> maybe i'm a little skeptical of a it, then. i know i'm going to be ideologued. >> is there anyone to believe in washington? >> i don't know. you can't root for the redskins anymore. >> i have no sympathy for that. i went to syracuse university. we're the syracuse orange. how is orange intimidating. >> and that's offensive to we irish because the irish and the orange -- >> i don't get it. >> megyn kelly coming up at 9:00. again, watch it. >>> when we taped it last night, it's epic, miller is next. if you think a prune is a prune, you haven't tried sunsweet, the amazing prune. enjoy plum amazins, diced prunes. i'd put these on a salad. these would be perfect for cookies. delicious and nutritious sunswe
the religion of islam which is practiced by so many people in so many ways, more than a billion people in the world but i think this misunderstanding of the nature of the threat of the ideology of islamism to the people that muslim heritage themselves actually persists today and i would argue we can see this at the moment in the press coverage of what is happening in countries like egypt for example. doing this kind of work on the front lines without international support, without even international comprehension of the challenge that you face is an incredibly lonely endeavor and i have seen this firsthand with a somalian lawyer told me in december of 2012 at a time when the entire northern half of her country was under jihadists occupation, she said international solidarity is very helpful. when you live such a crisis alone it is more difficult to bear. what my book is really about is trying to break this wall of loneliness and silence by connecting the people doing these struggles on the ground to people around world to stand for similar values of tolerance and the quality and agains
of conservatives. >>> nbc as you luke russ set made comments about religion the other day telling cnn it is easy to come after people of faith and played to the snickering masses. i agreed on the o'reilly phak a ter. it can seen condescending, but there are notable exceptions. bill didn't exactly agree. >> pope francis has gotten glowing coverage and deservedly so. >> why is he deservedly so? pope benedict did not get glowing coverage. i know the reason pope francis is getting glowing coverage. >> you say it is because he is more tolerant toward gays at least -- >> absolutely. there is no doubt about it. but he is a media pope and a humble leader and he is on twitter. >> but people who are not even christian -- >> you are making my point for me. >> the left is against religion. the left opposes gay marriage and abortion. >> i don't buy the argument that the left is against religion. there are church going liberals in the news business, but we need to talk about serious short comings in the media's approach. msnbc pushes to be more partisan? chris matthews says yes. in an interview the host bega
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is a number of things. one of those things is to define religion very narrowly as though our religious liberty simply has to do with what happens from the time we get to the foyer and pew and out the door on sunday mornings when, in fact, our religion compels us to live our lives in a certain way. it has to do with the way our consciouses are being formed. these rules simply do not reflect the way we have lived as americans in the past respecting one another's consciences. >> and they provide no exception then for religious liberty? they're forcing it on you, whether you want it or not. >> well, they provide a very narrow category of what a religious organization is in ways that simply don't reflect the way that religious people live out our lives and so they're saying if you're a house of worship, we're going to exempt you from these things but not from other organizations doing all sorts of things from religious motivations not to mention people who are doing business who are motivated by their religious consciousenceco. >> won't obama care cause some charities to shudder their doors? >> abs
into the shut down scuffle. so is the chaplain crossing the line with religion in politics. we are going to ask our panel. look at father jonathan going at it. ♪ bring it on home to me yeah if you think a prune is a prune, you haven't tried sunsweet, the amazing prune. enjoy plum amazins, diced prunes. i'd put these on a salad. these would be perfect for cookies. delicious and nutritious sunsweet, the amazing prune. >>> fox news alert now new developments right now in the case of aaron hernandez. >> reporter: the girlfriend in court just a matter of 20 minutes on this arraignment. the court released her on recognizance. on the day after authorities found the dead man's body. the girlfriend received a call from the football player and the da says he told her remove a box from the basement. jen k kins is captured removing box and placing baby clothes on top of it. then she told the sisters she was going to the bank and then told them she was shopping for baby formula. and then told the jury she didn't know where she was going. released on her own recogniza e recognizance. >> thank you so much.
whatever care or treatment she might need. although hearing religion on the house floor is nothing new. republican lawmakers who want to cut food stamps and take away health care use religion to gain political advantage all the time. >> some say that this is nothing more than an effort to impose mine or your or anybody's religious values on others. this is not about imposing values, because these values don't work unless you really believe them. who's harmed by these values? how does promoting these values hurt anyone? >> each of you is called to be here. much like esther, you were called for a time such as this. >> as people of faith, i'm a born again believer in jesus christ, and i believe that as part of my duty as a believer in christ and what he has done for me that we should do for the least of those who are in our midst, let's repeal this failure before it literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens. let's not do that. let's love people. >> the way i see it, our job is to preserve our values in the 21st century. we need to apply our principles to the challenges
to those concerns have biven rigiven ris great religions. faith of an sort may be ultimate manifestation, a bull work against humanity's extinction, offering reassurance that in the grand scheme will will come out okay. in the modern era, technology has given us new things to fear. and new idea how to survive. >> duck and cover under the table. >> babyboomers grew up with it. >> duck and cover. that's a boy. surprise sowing many should turn to it now. they fall into two camps. there are the preppers, time rallston, stockpiling for the inevitable. >> oh, my god. quite a man cave. taken over the two car garage in scottsdale and turned into a staging area. crammed with canned food, and walter purification system. >> not bad? >> not bad. sugary. >> reporter: weapons. lots of weapons and ammo. he is planning to bury his cash in a container deep in the the desert. and he is training his sons to defend it. at the other extreme there are folks who take a less aggressive approach. not the preppers but the wilderness survivalists, tom brown who runs a school where he trains people to live off the
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as african art. >> influences are different. there's religion, tradition, but there are energy and this is what you can see on the wall. there's no theme like what is surprising for all the people. it's the diversity of it. european history and african culture intertwined. >> ideas are merged from african and british history into her sculptures. they feel african art is sold too cheaply compared to europe or america. >> it's probably done a lot more for some of our white contemporaries that are more successful. we have an african tag. i think people are shy of looking at what we do. >> the fair has been busy. people have been buying, which, after all is what it's all about. although much of the art is new, is this the same old story of wealthy europeans taking the best from africa. most contemporary african art is brought by collectors, it is changing fast. dealers tell us that more and more wealthy collectors from countries like ghana, angola and nigeria are investing in their own country's art. for years african sculptures are taking objects and transforming them into art. th
one public gesture this week. we're joined by kim lawton for the public television program religion and ethics "newsweenew. the pope said to catholic churches in rome, no one should be providing a funeral mass for the convicted nazi war criminal who just passed away. why is this signature? >> this was just another indication of the vastly improved relations between the jewish community and the cath catholic church. there have been a lot of questions about the catholic church's role in how much it did to help jews during the hollow cast, it's a sensitive issue between catholics and jews. it's a symbolic gesture to say the catholic church was supportive of the jewish community, understood the concerns and did not want to add to the concerns. symbolic gesture. >> last month the president of the world jewish council met with the pope and after the meeting he said, quote, in the past 2,000 years ties between the catholic church and jews had never been this good. this is a long process in the making, right? >> a very long process. i mean, for 2000 year that was a big issue of the catholic
a religion. intelligence is working hard. >> the war in syria is causing a lot of problems for turkey. now as different armed groups including al qaeda maintains along the border turkey's security could be at risk. >> in nigeria a gunman wearing uniforms has killed 19 travelers and burned three trucks. it was close to the border of cameroon. they believe the bokaraham were behind the attack. >> the the govenor says a ma lisaa amilitia is to blame. an alternative pipe line through opeethiopia. >> relatives of those that died in the westgate shopping mall are gathering together for a memorial service. it's been a month since a number of gunmen went on a killing spree. our correspondent talked to those still ser searching for ld ones in nairobi. for james the westgate shopping mall is not so much a me memoril as it is a grave. he was supposed to join his under a and tw --aunt and two co celebrate a birthday on the day the gunmen attacked. they are still missing the photos are a painful reminder of what happened here. >> my aunt and my first born. >> he brought his daughter and son to westgate
between religion and politics because religion is politics. >> they believe western civilization is corrupt, is evil, is decadent, and they want to dismantle it. bill: what is this about? the producer of "jihad in america, the granted deception." is with us in the newsroom today. jamie: what these two men did to survive when their boat capsizes in freezing water for hours. >> we stuck together and i think that made a big difference. woman: everyone in the nicu -- all the nurses wanted to watch him when he was there 118 days. everything that you thought was important to you changes in light of having a child that needs you every moment. i wouldn't trade him for the world. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. if you're caring for a child with special needs, our innovative special care program offers strategies that can help. bill: president obama set to address a growing number of issues with the obama-care web site. it's been hard to track down these numbers. delays sea of criticism. now on day
, dance, oratory, religion, writing. the great miracles in human civilization. i think it means that each individual has the responsibility to get out of bed and learn the abcs and learn your math tables and not use race and racism as an excuse. sex, youwants to have do not have to have a baby when you're 16. you do not have to do drugs. our churches should be turned into black history schools and computer schools like hebrew schools for jewish people. chinese or korean on the weekend. we have to stop making excuses. one of the things i am careful to show is that her and this affects of institutional instructions and -- institutional instructional racism. you cannot wait for a black man or white hand -- a white man to ride in on a horse and save you. with what you said about saving ourselves. do you get these -- how do you get these black people to care about a future they will never see? ancestors our slave do it, what made them believe that one day if they kept on keeping on that there would be a tavis smiley and there would be a skip gates? i do not know. it was america. one of the mos
-today's religions and spirituality. this is by james walker. here we go again; it sort of explains the whole thing. a rapid-reference directory of religion and spirituality in america: now there are over 1600 entries. this is really a guide to the religious landscape in the united states. jack was absolutely amazed at how many cults and different things there are in religion here in america. out of the 1600 entries i found out that 1200 were false, damnable cults that will put people's souls in hell forever. no wonder jesus said just before i return there will be false christs and false prophets, matthew 24:5, 11, and 24. and then in matthew 7:15 he says beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly they are ravening wolves. he's talking about ministers in some of our good churches who have tried to combine chrislam and that is the islamic faith and christians together. you can't do it. it's a blasphemous religion. now what happens to this crowd? listen to him in matthew 7:21-23. these are the preachers lord, lord have we not cast out devils in your name, and in your
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